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Grammar terms can be intimidating for students. Ease their anxiety with this FREE, easy-to-follow flow chart that outlines step-by-step the process for finding direct objects, indirect objects, object complements, and subject complements.

from Autism Classroom Resources

How to Make and Use Object Schedules

Do you have students who might benefit from using object schedules or using objects to communicate? I'm sharing different types of object schedules including how to help students make the shift to visual schedules. Ideas for individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, and a few about those with visual impairments. via @drchrisreeve

Type+Image: Typography Using Found Objects

Playing around making typography out of ordinary objects.

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For the Love of First Grade: Sorting It Out!